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La Flor Dominicana Ligeros Double Ligero Chiselito Maduro Cigar Reviews
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La Flor Dominicana Ligeros Cigars
  Double Ligero Chiselito Maduro       

Current Rating
8.41

Size: 5 x 44
Shape: Petit Corona
Wrapper: Ecuador
Filler: Dom. Rep.
Binder: Dom. Rep.
MSRP: 0.00
Total Reviews: 10
Average Rating: 8.41 out of a possible 10
Average Price: 5.34
Discontinued: No
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"If you like 'em strong and small, a must-try"

Review by: aaront25
Review Date: 05/25/2006
Rating: 8.5
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Review Notes: I picked one up yesterday at a B&M I had never been to. I hadn't even seen the brand before. It's smaller in RG than my usual preferred robusto size. I like to allow a B&M shop to recommend something so I can see if I'll be willing to take their advice in the future. I've had one billed this strong before, a Litto Gomez Cubano, part of a trade and it kicked my fat rear. I was in the mood for a ligero. The B&M owner said you don't need a cutter with the chisel. I've never had a cigar like that and was suspicious that that was gimmicky, but it isn't bad. I am about 1/2" into it and can already feel a buzz developing. Buzz is good. However, I may have made a mistake by not having a meal yet today... not that that would impact the flavor of the stick. Sadly, in Los Angeles, B&M's are never a bargain due to Meathead Rob Reiner's taxes that are spent not on schoolkids but had $23M for his marketing pals, but I'm leaving this message on my screen to report as I go. The price wasn't bad for a single. I also like to support my local B&M's because they're a dying breed here in totalitarian Kalifornia, a state bent on stepping on Constitutional freedoms at every opportunity, to the point of outlawing smoking OUTDOORS in some cities. So here's my box score Thursday lunch hour review: * 1/4" strong but not much flavor yet. * 1/2" initial buzz developing. I don't know why, but it seems that only Cubans and my La Aroma de Cuba Corona Minors have good first impressions. * 3/4" coffees and dark chocolates kick in... nice! If the rest of the smoke continues like this, I'll be a very happy camper! Burn is a little uneven, but livable. * 1" love the taste of the maduro wrapper. Burn is worsening with a 1/4" lip on the underside holding up the ash. I've got a stainless steel ash tray with a 5" long holder and have moved the stick to balance slightly diagonally so that there is no part "shielded" from burning correctly. I'm reminded of the camping $5 bet where people don't know you can boil water over a fire in a paper cup since the paper can only get as hot as the water inside, leaving just the top of the cup where there is no water to get singed and burn. * 1 1/4" OK, unless this turns into a dog rocket in the last 2/3, I know I'm going to want more of these in my humi. Yup, moving the stick on the ashtray so that there is no part of what's burning on the metal enabled the stick to even itself out. The ash is not strong and you need to tap it if you're smoking sitting down and don't want some cool ash on your lap or keyboard. The stick can rest a few minutes right now without extinguishing itself. That's a plus. * 1 1/2" It's lost a little of the chocolate and is more of a strong espresso now. I'm thinking that this would be good with the Thai food mentioned earlier and I'm annoyed that Los Angeles' only kosher Thai food restaurant closed about a decade ago. * 2" still lots of nice smoke and holding the espresso flavor. Just smelled my fingers and like the whiff of the wrapper. No, I don't season my fingers like Poker. The buzz is getting deeper. (And Leon is getting laaaaarrrrrger.) * 2 1/2" ditto my 2" review. I'm not a big fan of the chisel as it feels a little tentative like a banana being squeezed out of its peel, but I can live with that. Maybe the next time, I'll cut it so I have a wider tip. I keep feeling like the chisel is going to close up on me but a 1/4 rotation ensures that the smoke flows smoothly. * 2 3/4" PEPPER! Nice black pepper. Me likes. The smoke coming off the end (not what I'm exhaling) is mild and pleasing. * 3". Anticipating getting a wood toothpick because this is definitely going to be nubbable. * 3 1/2" Pepper mellowing. No hot spots and burn has been perfect when I've made sure to balance this stick so that the ash isn't on a ledge of my ashtray. * 3 3/4". Because of the chisel, I can't really stick the toothpick in as close to the nub as I'd like and I can tell I'm already going to miss this stick when it's gone. The chisel area is loosely packed, which is probably why the draw doesn't close up, so I won't begrudge not burning my lips. The 5" this stick is advertised at is probably closer to an effective (and powerful) 4 1/2". Getting peppery again. Nice strong yellow-gray smoke. * 4" not much change, but I'm not complaining. * 4 1/4" the chisel is closing up a bit as the heat is getting closer to the toothpick, but the pick will keep me from needing ice for my lips. * 4 1/2" the flavor remains peppery to the end. Couldn't quite nub it since it flamed out. Maybe the chisel and the humidity of being close to the chiseled lip caused the abrupt end. Don't really want to relight the nub which is mostly ash. I usually let anything I buy from a B&M rest at least a month. I didn't this time and I have no regrets. I will definitely share my appreciation with the B&M that recommended this. I don't see myself getting a whole box of these since I don't smoke daily, but I'd love to have 5-6 of these in my humi at all times, so I have some to share/trade. It's a great small stick that packs a wallop, easily the second strongest I've had after the Litto Gomez Cubano, great for after a meal when you don't have a lot of time but want to finish strong. If you haven't had one of these and can handle strong smokes, it's a smoke you really need to try.

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"Second Visit"

Review by: bitstream
Review Date: 03/08/2006
Rating: 5.83
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Review Notes: I've smoked more of these and wanted to revise my review downward. After further evaluation, I have come to the conclusion that these smokes burn a little too hot and are almost overpowering in that I taste too much smokiness and not much else. I bought several from different tobacconists just to be sure that it wasn't a bad batch one one place, too. It's still a solid smoke and might be up your alley, provided you like em real strong. I prefer it's larger cousins since they burn cooler, unlocking more diverse flavors.

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"Fantastic!"

Review by: bitstream
Review Date: 01/22/2006
Rating: 8.67
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Review Notes: A couple weeks ago, I tried the La For Dominicana Factory Press, which is a monster 7x60 smoke and ranks in my top 10. The only downside to such a massive smoke is that it takes hours to smoke it. Given my positive experience, I decided to try its little brother, the Double Ligero Chiselito Maduro. Like its sibling, the Chiselito is a fantastic smoke. It burns well, if inevenly (which is pretty common for odd shaped smokes), and produces copious amounts of smoke. This medium-to-full bodied stogie is different from most maduros, where you get most of the flavor from the wrapper; not so here. This smoke is bursting with flavor, including hints of coffee bean, chocolate, cashew nuts, and that certain something that makes this brand stand out from the crowd. The finish was very long and as time went by, I had the constant taste of rich chocolate on my palette, even through dinner! This is a great smoke and I look forward to trying more of La Flor's offerings. Try this one, you'll be plesantly surprised!

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"Da Bomb"

Review by: floydp
Review Date: 12/31/2005
Rating: 8.33
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Review Notes: This little feller is Da Bomb, a powerful little smoke with great buzz factor, eat a good meal before firing this beast up. Coffee and leather on a very satisfying cigar. Burn and draw were exceptional. Really liked the power of this cigar.

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"The beast to compare all smokes to"

Review by: cd smoker
Review Date: 09/03/2005
Rating: 10
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Review Notes: This is just the flat out - most powerful monster ever . I smoke two boxes of vsg's a month and they are like air stix compared to the chisel mad dub liggy . bam ...bet you can't smoke half... you have to use the bullet cutter to put a hole right thru the chisel. just the best bar none.

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